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Citizen scientists wanted to help koalas


The Sydney Koala Basin Network (SBKN) is hosting a free Citizen Science Training Day and Community Launch at Rosemeadow Community Hall on Saturday, November 26, 10-4pm.

The day will be the ultimate chance for koala lovers to learn from experts and develop the skills to become a Koala Citizen Scientist and help protect koalas in the greater Sydney region.

After a morning presentation and learning session with koala ecology experts, attendees will have the chance to practise newly acquired skills in the bush. These skills will see people identifying koalas, key traits, age, scat, and koala food tree species. Additionally, people will learn where, when and how to report data so it can be used to help protect koalas.

Rosemeadow Community Hall, is at 5 Glendower St, Rosemeadow and the cost will be free (typically $25 but no charge with access code KOALACHAMPION) visit events.humanitix.com/sydney-basin-koala-citizen-science-training-day to book tickets.

Not suitable for under 16s.


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